Noisy fields and ambient plateaus are peppered with eerie twinkles and calculated dissonances to resonate with dark matter within James Schildlowsky's "Wood and Wires". Schidlowsky's own label, Musik Aktiv, hosts the original version of this introspective and moody recording. BricoLodge co-Director, Jon Vaughn, edited and remastered this version of the album to highlight within the live sound manipulation and performance.
James Schidlowsky collected all the sounds and noises of this sonic journey in the Montreal subway system. Since Providence is the name given previously to the monitoring and security hub of the undergound transportation system, this sound ecology project can be interpreted as an reflexion on its structure, or even a quest for its true meaning - a search for its symbolic 'heart'. The fundamental essence of this quest is explained in great details here. * For full artwork and information please... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: notype, mp3, Minimal, Sound Art, Ambient
This is James Schidlowsky's No Type debut, following an array of self-released CDRs. Schidlowsky uses the guitar in a throughly textural, hypnotically minimal fashion, as he is concerned foremost with a particularly abstract sort of meditative ambience. The 5 tracks of this EP present alternate versions or "remixes" of his CDR-released material. Topics: Sound Art, Minimalism
A musical transposition of John Brunner's classic 70s sci-fi novel by Montreal-based sound artist James Schidlowsky. Audible places of information society nightmares that are quite unique in the artist's body of work. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Electroacoustic